About Antisocial Behaviour
Keeping your community safe from crime – It’s your call!
Call Crimestoppers 24/7 on 0800 555 111 or fill in the secure online form:
ASB is defined as conduct that is:
Some of the most commonly recognised types of ASB include:
Many problems can be resolved by neighbours talking to each other. Your neighbour might not be aware that they are causing problems.
We work in partnership with Gloucestershire Police, Cheltenham Borough Council (CBC) and any other relevant agencies across the borough to try and tackle ASB, using a range of measures, including legal action. We will always do as much as we can to protect victims, affected residents and witnesses.
Visit our report an ASB issue page on the various ways to report an antisocial behaviour.
Once you have contacted us we will investigate your complaint. We may:
Examples of the types of action that we can take are:
Independent charity Crimestoppers help solve crime by promoting anonymous and safe means of getting relevant information anyone may have about crime to the police.
The call isn’t recorded
You won’t be asked for your name, address or telephone number
Your online form won’t be traced, not even the IP address of the computer you’re using
You won’t have to make a statement to the police
You won’t have to appear in court
Clarence Street, Cheltenham,
Hesters Way Community Resource Centre,
Cassin Drive, Cheltenham, GL51 7SU
Oakley Community Resource Centre,
113a Clyde Crescent, Cheltenham, GL52 5QL